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'Mamma Mia!' film sequel gets July 2018 release date

20 May 2017, 10:22 | Winston Chapman

Universal

Universal

'MAMMA MIA!' Universal confirms that the hit musical will get a movie sequel. The cast of the 2008 adaptation of the stage hit musical are all expected to return for the film alongside a few new, yet to be revealed additions.

And, if you were anxious about the sequel repeating some of ABBAs iconic hits, those producing the film have promised to build a whole new soundtrack from the extensive number of ABBA hits.

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The film will feature a soundtrack full of ABBA songs not featured in the first film, along with some reprised favorites.

Since Mamma Mia! was released, the locals noticed a boom in tourism to their tiny island with a number of them complaining about overcrowding and rising prices. The movie is slated to hit theaters July 20, 2018. Littlestar's Judy Craymer and Playtone's Gary Goetzman, who produced the original, will reteam for the sequel.

While no specific plot is known at this time, one rumored storyline would see the sequel focus mainly on the characters played by Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, and Pierce Brosnan prior to the events of the first film. Of course, they will bring back the old ones, too. Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus are aboard again to provide music and lyrics and serve as executive producers.



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